The Lansdowne Hotel

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The Strand
SN11 0EH

The Lansdowne Hotel, Calne

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This historic hotel, a grade 2 listed building, was built in the 16th century as an important coaching inn, and was also home to a local brewery for a time. The courtyard still has its medieval brew house.

The hotel is located on the A4, just 15 minutes from the M4 in this Wiltshire market town. With 26 rooms, all en suite, two function rooms, two bars and a bistro, the Lansdowne is a wonderful place to eat, drink and be merry, with enticing open fires in the winter just calling for visitors to linger in the bar over a meal and a pint of real ale. Over the next few months Arkell's will be working hard to renovate and restore this lovely hotel to its former glory.

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